Be Part of Ongoing Research
Final Draft uses research from the Cambridge Learner Corpus to inform its content. In order to keep the corpus up to date, we rely on regular submissions. This helps ensure that every course we build is based on the latest and most complete research.
You can help.
Please submit your writing. You must be at least 18 years old, and the writing must be yours. It can be an early draft or a final draft. We will use your writing, along with writing from all over the world, in our research. We will never share your contact information. We will never use your name in our research.
> Submit your writing
You can submit your students’ writing. In order to do this, we must have permission from your students. When you click the registration link below, you will be taken to a short form. After we receive your details, we will email a form for your students. Your students will have to fill in a few pieces of information and will sign permission for us to use their writing as part of our research. You can scan the form, or just take a picture, and email it to us. Then, we’ll create a custom page for your class, so you can submit your students’ writing.
> Register as a teacher
What is this project?
At Cambridge University Press, we are committed to creating materials that are based on solid research on language learning. We are collecting real examples of learner writing to help in our ongoing research. This research helps us understand how learner writing develops and what intervention teachers can make to help their students improve.
Final Draft is based on this research, and ongoing submissions to the corpus help ensure that all future materials are up to date.
Questions? E-mail the language research team email@example.com